Of sevillian origin of the late fifteenth century. It is a work of baked clay covered with glazed ceramics (Sevillian pottery), with floral motifs in relief, and the double-headed eagle of the House of Austria. Bishop Tavira ordered to retire it from the Mother Parish of San Juan Bautista de Telde. It was bought for ten pesos by our first parish priest Don Francisco Manuel Socorro Ramírez. Restored in 2013 by the Cabildo de Gran Canaria.
Saint Michael church.